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Ham Radio License in 1993; since then, I have been operating on HF bands in SSB, CW and RTTY.

DXing is a big pleasure for me so as to have been awarded the DXCC, WAC, WAS and WAZ certificates.

Amateur ARRL Extra class license holder, with callsign AD0GM, since 2013.

Current working conditions are:

Transceiver: Icom-7700

Microphone: Senneheiser e-935 with W2IHY 8-Band Equalizer

Antennas: 10-15-20m 3-El Yagi, 40m Full Size Vertical

Linear Amplifier : ACOM-1010


In Summer, during holidays, I operate from Porto Cesareo (South Italy), as I7/IK0VVG (see vertical antenna for 10 MHz and Yagi for 50 MHz).


















Portable QRP operations, in HF as well as VHF bands, have been done at some extent during Summer.



I have been constructing and testing HF Transceivers, Linear Amplifiers, Filters and Antennas.

Here below the "home-made" corner, represented by:

- QRP Transceiver for 20m

- 500 W Solid State Linear Amplifier

- Microphone with Pre-Amplifier and Compressor



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